Tuesday September 24th, 2019

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There is some new ice cream in town–with a unique twist to go with your twist.

Walkerville Chill Chimney Cakes and Creamery opened their doors in September, specializing in chimney cakes–that can double as an ice cream cone– waffle cone ice cream, soft serve and tasty hard ice cream. The shop offers unique and tasty delights in a retro-feel ice cream shop.

James Easton and Stacey Norbury, partners in both the business and in life, decided to grow their business and they are growing their family.

James Easton and Stacey Norbury, co-owners of Walkerville Chill, stand in their new store.

The pair thought of the idea over a year ago when visiting Toronto and visiting a chimney cake shop that they had been looking forward to visiting. Once they returned home, they wished there was something similar closer by.

James and Stacey took that wish and their love for ice cream and started planning for what is now their business, Walkerville Chill. James, who is from Windsor, and Stacey, who is from Calgary, had wanted to start a business and thought this would be the perfect opportunity in the perfect spot.

Stacey creates all of the baked goods in the store from scratch, as well as various toppings and dips in the store; James acts as the official taste tester. The team works together to ensure operations go smoothly and enjoy their time together as they start this new adventure.

The establishment offers a variety of hard ice cream flavours, and 12 different Belgian chocolate dips to have added to your treat.

The chimney cakes can be bought as-is or can be purchased as a cone for either hard or soft ice cream, with the shop offering vanilla, chocolate and twist varieties.

The pair have made a variety of menu items to show customers how they can dress their chimney cakes, with varieties such as Nutella, lemon, cinnamon bun, and a plain Jane sugar cone.

Belgian chocolate dips that can be added to your soft serve as well as hard ice cream include milk chocolate, caramel pecan, cheesecake, Irish cream, crunchy maple and mochaccino.

In additional to making all of the chimney cakes and cones from scratch, Stacey also makes the waffle cones and bowls to enjoy ice cream scoops with. Sweet treats are made to order, with staff preparing the delectable items in their open-concept floor of the establishment.

James and Stacey admit opening the store was a lot of work, but was ultimately worth it in the end. The welcoming community and happy customers have already started flowing in, making the experience all the better.

Pay Walkerville Chill and try their unique chimney cones, or any sweet treat they provide, at 1580 Wyandotte Street East. Visit them on Facebook here and check out their website here to keep up with what’s new and view their hours.

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